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Denmark/Japan

I aspire to work solely for the sake of inspiration – before the mind begins to devour the joy of inspiration. Creating jewellery is a completely open process, where shapes, colours and sizes meet and interact. This process unfolds in a constant dialogue between hand, metal and enamel. In this intensive process layers of colour are built up until such moment: like the moon gleaming on water – soft lifting, serene, subdued, yet strong enough to have inherited a life as well as a form.

  • Kaori Juzu

    Denmark/Japan I aspire to work solely for the sake of inspiration – before the mind begins to devour the joy of inspiration. Creating jewellery is a completely open process, where shapes, colours and sizes meet and interact. This process unfolds… Read More

  • Kirsten Haydon

    Australia/NZ In my work I use personal photographs at the same time as examining historic stories and representations of Antarctica. The objects produced reference historical souvenir and jewellery objects that are displayed in museums and consider the way personal meaning… Read More

  • Andy Griffiths

    Wales/UK During the last four years Cath Fairgrieve and Andy Griffiths have independently experimented with vitreous enamel on iron. For Heat Exchange 2 they collaborated on a project that combines Cath’s interest in history and layering processes with Andy’s casting… Read More

  • Christine Graf

    Germany A colourful piece of rubbish – a rusty and deformed crown cap – a little flower between cobblestones – cloud formations – ripped down billboards. The images and emotions of everyday impressions arise a complex and multifaceted ‘visual sound’…. Read More

  • Gretchen Goss

    USA Merging the processes of drawing, painting and fusing vitreous enamel to metal, motivate my work. In recent years digital imaging and technology have enhanced the more direct art methods I’m accustomed to using. I find great satisfaction in experimenting… Read More

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